Published on : Friday, May 12, 2017
This summer, extra Tunisair flights will connect Tunisia with Italy. Apart from the 37 flights between Italy with Tunis from cities like Milan, Rome, Venice, Bologna, Naples and Palermo, there will additional two weekly flights from June 12th from Milan’s Malpensa airport.
One will fly to Djerba and other one to Monastir. It was hoped that the introduction of the flights would improve Italian tourism towards Tunisia to provide enhanced security with less disturbance than many other areas of the Mediterranean region.
Two new destinations like Constantine in Algeria and Conakry in Guinea have been introduced by Tunisair with the possibility to reach other Mediterranean and African destinations through Tunis.
Thus, the ‘Beyond Tunis’ will now stands at 14 destinations able to be reached from Italy via Tunis: Algiers, Oran, Constantine, Casablanca, Dakar, Nouakchott, Abidjan. Bamako, Ouagadougou, Niamey, Cairo, Beirut, Jeddah and Medina. The growth of Tunisair’s African network will continue till the end of this year with the addition of Khartoum, Sudan, and Cotonù, Benin.
In the coming two years, following places are in the pipeline: Ndjamena (Chad), Duala (Cameroon), Kinshasa (The Democratic Republic of Congo), Accra (Ghana), Lagos (Nigeria) and Libreville (Gabon), expanding its network significantly and becoming a standard company on the Europe-Tunis-Africa axis.